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Course Synopsis

The objective of this course is to evaluate problems related to concept of mechanics in static conditions. It cover topics of equilibrium force analysis of a particle in for rigid body , structural analysis , friction analysis , centre gravity and centroid analysis and moment of inertia analysis


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